Dear Customers: In the current pandemic situation, we are all adjusting many aspects of our lives,

and SAP is no different in that regard. Here's our current situation:  

- we are only stocking 8oz jars, at present; all are $7 each

- our 'on hand' flavors are listed below

- any additional flavors listed as 'in stock' can be made with a 2-7 day turnaround

(please email if you are placing a time-sensitive order)

- we can take special orders for 4oz jars ($5 each), with a minimum order of 10 jars/flavor - bulk pricing negotiable 

- we are happy to offer local porch deliveries and pick-ups, but greatly prefer online / digital payment options

- we can ship within MA, using USPS one-price boxes: contact us for detailed pricing

- currently sharing 10% of every order with the event host or local charity of your choice!

- we WILL have gift set trios (three 4oz jars) available in limited combinations for gift-giving season - stay tuned!

Currently on-hand:

Apple Pie Jam - best ice cream sundae topping around, the full pie experience without the gluten!

Peach Preserves - pure peeled peaches (my fav on biscuits)

Southern Comfort Jam (spicy peach preserves + ginger)

Vanilla Peach Jelly - made from peels (we try not to waste!), we've been told it tastes like marshmallows

Ginger Peach Jelly - once a 'one-off' that was in high demand - versatile with both sweet + savory uses

Salty Dog Jelly - think 'margarita in jelly form' - great for charcuterie boards, with wine, & in cocktails

Barking Dog Jelly - the spicy version of Salty Dog... it bites back!

Queen's Jam - an all-time fav: Raspberry+Blueberry+Blackcurrant, a balanced jar of berry goodness

Simply Strawberry - what strawberries *actually* taste like

Strawberry Rhubarb - balanced strawberry flavor, sweet but not too sweet

Crabapple with a Kick - our spiciest jelly, made with our own peppers and juice from our 100+ year old crabapples

Cinnamon Crabapple Jelly - our son's favorite, perfect for toast, and also makes a mean cool-weather cocktail

Our biggest request is that anyone who is in a position to do so, please find ways to support other

local businesses, and also the essential workers who are risking their own health to support the rest of us.

While we are happy to provide jam as a source of local food, we are fortunate to have 'day jobs'

that support our household, and thus are not dependent on jam sales for our livelihood.

But we are investing considerable funds (more than our jam sales, by far) to support the local economy, and our neighbors.

If you are able, please consider similar options available to you!

Order directly from the site, or email us at for more info!

We're grateful for this Beacon article for highlighting our local, low sugar, and community-centric philosophies.



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